Historic Resources

Baldwin County Architectural Preservation Review Board

The Baldwin County Commission was authorized to create the Architectural Preservation Review Board (ARB) by Section 45-2-221 of the Code of Alabama 1975 (Act No. 80-497 as amended by Act No. 89-960.) The Board oversees the County's four Historic Districts: Point Clear/Battles Wharf; Magnolia Springs; Malbis; and Montrose. The Board's five members are appointed by the County Commission for five-year terms and their responsibilities include reviewing plans within the historic district boundaries for structures being erected, renovated or demolished. The board's authority pertains to the structure's exterior only - not the interior construction, renovation or style.

Baldwin County Historic District Maps
Point Clear/Battles Wharf
Magnolia Springs
Malbis
Montrose


The Architectural Review Board holds a meeting as necessary on the second Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Fairhope Satellite Courthouse.

Architectural Preservation Review Board Members
Mac Walcott, Chairman
Ken Niemeyer, Vice-Chairman
Troy Strunk
Stedmann McCollough
Harvey E. "Skip" Jones, Jr.

2017 ARB Meeting Schedule
Architectural Review Board Standards
Application for Certificate of Appropriateness
Checklist for Certificate of Appropriateness

For more information concerning the Architectural Review Board, please contact Planner Linda Lee at llee@baldwincountyal.gov or 251.972.8523.

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